Director of OnTime
Rebecca Adams is Director of Ontime, having joined the team in July 2013. Rebecca started her career with Ontime Reports as a member of the medical records analysis team.
Rebecca was responsible for analysing any dental related claims. In the spring of 2016 she became medical records analysis manager and then in the Autumn was proud to be given the opportunity to manage Ontime Reports.
Rebecca believes her past experience is key to success in her job: “I have 23 years’ experience in dental nursing, with some experience in general nursing as well. This means I have the knowledge to offer extensive chronologies, especially for the complex dental cases”.
As well as her extensive experience in the dentistry field, Rebecca also holds an NVQ3 in Dental Nursing and a National Diploma in Dental Nursing.
She has also achieved a Level 2 English Speaking Board, Level 1 F A Coaching Certificate, Level 5 Leadership & Management Certificate, Green Belt Six Sigma, Bond Solon Civil Procedure Rules Certificate, Mental Health First Aider Qualification and First Aid at Work Qualification. Rebecca is part of the Mental Health First Aider and First Aider Team at Ontime Reports.
Rebecca says “I am privileged and proud to be head of such an ambitious, authentic, supportive and inclusive team. We work together to build both the Ontime and our Personal Brands. The goal being to ensure we offer the absolute best service to our clients and develop our team to be the very best they can be”.
Outside of work, Rebecca is very involved with her local rugby club Sale FC and is safeguarding officer for the under 13’s squad. She really enjoys watching rugby she is always at the club supporting her son and the Sale FC 1st and 1861 teams.
To relax, she enjoys crafting and cooking, with tasty baking treats being her ultimate favourite, and has even gained a Level 1 Food and Hygiene Certificate. Rebecca also loves just sitting down with her nose in a good book.
Rebecca lives by her favourite quote: “Never leave till tomorrow what can be done today, for you never know what tomorrow may bring.”